Disney’s LGBTQIAP Perversion Appears to Be Unending

Decades after Walt Disney created Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy, his legacy has been transformed by a new LGBTQIAP Disney empire. Disney XD just broadcast is first same-sex cartoon kiss.

In the second season of “Star vs The Forces of Evil” cartoon, in one scene two men kiss, in another two women share an intimate moment.

Worst still, Disney plans for its upcoming production of Beauty and the Beast to emphasize a homosexual relationship between two main characters, LeFou and Gaston. Its director, Bill Condon, told Attitude magazine: 

LeFou is somebody who on one day wants to be Gaston and on another day wants to kiss Gaston. He’s confused about what he wants.

“It is a nice, exclusively gay moment in a Disney movie.”

What’s next, a torrid lesbian affair between Tinker Bell and Snow White?

Will Pinocchio or Peter Pan express confusion about whether or not they are boys, wood, or fairies, or non-gender conforming, or something else yet invented by the LGBTQIAP movement?

Will Disney create gender-fluid dwarfs?

Will Tarzan and Jane leave each other for the new intersex Batman and Robin?

Photo Credit: Image posted on Facebook; cited by LanceWeldy at http://bjunity.org/

Photo Credit: Image posted on Facebook; cited by LanceWeldy at http://bjunity.org/

Could Disney create any more destructive relationships and false attributes of characters to further confuse toddlers, tweens, and teens about their own identities? Why turn fairy tales and centuries-old stories into something that they aren’t?

Sadly, in this case, perverse art imitates perverse lifestyles. When people debauch their own behavior and claim it’s normal or healthy, they will of course pervert any and everything else. Including Disney.

It’s time for families, and parents, to stop this nonsense by no longer having anything to do with any new Disney productions. And this doesn’t just include cartoons; it includes all television shows its produces on ABC, which is part of the Disney network.

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